A year on, Dimiter Kenarov re-examines the shale gas bubble that fueled his investigation into hydraulic fracturing and sustainable energy resources, from Poland to Pennsylvania.
Faced by a flood of Syrian refugees, the Bulgarian government has resorted to illegal internment.
Every time I read about the crisis in the European Union, I think of the late Roman Empire.
Фотографска изложба на Димитър Кенаров в галерия “Ластици” (in Bulgarian).
The development of shale gas could make Poland energy independent from Russia, but it has also started to erode basic civil liberties in the country.
Polish leaders think they’ve found a path to energy independence, but their high hopes could prove premature.
How Lukashenko’s Belarus muzzles the press
At the end of 1989, when the Soviet Bloc was in its death throes, a miraculous healer appeared on TV. His name was Anatoly Kashpirovsky, a Ukrainian-born psychotherapist and self-appointed guru.
Twenty years ago, the most grandiose political and social experiment of the twentieth century, the Union of Soviet Socialist Republics, came to an end.
Review of Blue River, Black Sea: A Journey Along the Danube Into the Heart of the New Europe. By Andrew Eames.
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